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Item #: 19658

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Price: $515.85
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    Most likely if you are interested in this conversion you are a Mustang owner as it was very rare to find a 71-73 Cougar without power disc brakes.

    You will get all parts needed, as taken from a 1971-73 parts car to convert your 1971-73 Cougar or Mustang to power disc brakes.

    As pictured you will get the complete Bendix booster, hardware to mount booster, master cylinder activation rod, new rotors, calipers, distribution block with built in proportioning valve, spindles, dust shields and all hardware to mount them. The dust shields will be solid as you would expect from a Western donor car and all unique hardware is included. Plan on all parts needing rebuilt even though the system may have come off a running and driving car recently, all parts are guaranteed to be rebuild-able.

    We do not include used brake lines, hoses or a master cylinder as these are readily available new at a relatively low cost from many sources. The 71-73 booster will not work on your 67-70, you will need to change out the brake pedal on your 71-73 when changing to power disc brakes as there is a difference between power and manual brake pedals for the 71-73 (brake pedal not included in this kit).

    These come with new rotors, but not bearings and races. Please see related item.

    Check out our video below for more info on how to convert a manual drum brake car to power disc:

    Shipping Weight: 95.00 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (4.00 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 1 Review(s).

    Conversion requires power brake pedal

    4.00 out of 5
    I am doing a manual drum to power disc conversion and discovered that the brake pedal is different between the two! There is no mention of that in the description - in fact, it seems to say the opposite. I needed to order the power brake pedal # D1ZZ-2455B, otherwise the manual pedal will not line up with the booster (bendix style).

    WCCC Response:
    Thank you for letting us know that our listing was not clear about this. We have re-worded our listing to make this clearer.

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